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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

m- 4 .iKi W *K A _i 'I? "A VOL. 21. Prices Then Peter tried to scare the dog off by pelting him with apples, but every time he hit the animal it seemed to £e oome more ferociously determined to eat a piece of Lamb before it aban­ doned him. Peter then tried coaxing the dog, but (he more binndishroents ho offered the hungrier the dog seemed to got. Then Peter waited till the dog became calmer and lay dewi), and then he tried to steal down the other side of the tree, but be­ fore he reached the ground tho dog was on the alert and reaay to nip Mr'. Lamb's calf. At last Peter determined to resort to strategy. He went.up as high as possi­ ble in the tree and took off his boots, his coat, his trousers and his hat, and, fixing them together with the aid of pins and his braces,^eo that they Bhonld re­ semble the figure of a man, he stuffed them with leaves. Then he carried the effigy down and set it astride one of the lower branches, eo that it would be in plain view of the dog. Then he ste...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

•'., McKinley's official majority in Iowa is 66,132. The highest ever cured by any candidate at a general election in that state. ..^ iL'S iBer. John D. Morrison, of Ogdensburg, N. ¥., has accepted the position of bishop of the Du* ... ,i v...: 1 luth district church nations of the world must organ­ ize for assistance and out of .their plenty send speedy relief. The chief of the weather bureau report 82.4 per While it is barely possible that some kind of an international con­ ference in regard to the food ques­ tion may be held in the near future, it is very far from certain that any agreement can be reached that will regulate the distribution of the vast amounts of human food cereals of the world. The Americ­ an firmer nas no need for a gi­ gantic trust of that kind, and, while he would welcome condi­ tions that wouJd te.nd to increase .'the price of his products, any kind .of a trust, whether international •or at home, would only leave him in a worse condition than he is now. Impr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

4 fe %t" IS& if" •V. ft I^ZJ^QUISHEK P. rVA generosity in He, 6 l^pttles, $5. SENATOR MORGAN TALKS. Does Not Be'ieve the Republicans Will. Pass the Dlngley Bill. WASHINGTON, Xw.r oT the Thongh A Pull Strong and stcadyi ?3. -Senator llorgan an interview raid'thatPtfe didnotlook actjoii on,the I^gllb&taritf hftpocthtf finan cial question at the coming session of congress. He, as a Democrat, was will" ing the Bepablicans should" pass' the Dingley bill, bat did .not believe that party desiredi tod)QBo.,£*£:i' The senator Eaid that thongh efforts might be made |o bfing- ^botit ".irijerffar-. tional bimetallism. he regarded them as foredoomed to failure, and as absolutely impracticable, and likewise inconsr 'tent \eith onr .national independence, Xi Not Without Repentance. *IyQ the question "Will the National Democrats be admitted to the Demo cratfc caucuses in the senate," Mr. Morgan replied:. ','lfot at all. Not a^ leasi without, repentance, and none of them have shown evidences...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

W If Brran is going to write a book »b£«ui Weyler ptomiaea Spain a ^Christmas preseiit of conquered island, ^'^, J' The lower branch of the Ver­ mont legislature failed to pass the woman suffrage bill. ,r Spain has already incurred a debt of $500,000,000 through the present war with Cuba. Hon. Win. E. lee delivered an interesting lecture before the state conference ot those interested in jh corrections and chaiitieu. 1 Tarns Bixby has rttinned from Canton, Ohio, and reports a very pleasant discussion of the weather conditions with Mr. McKinley.,, George Kelly, olw of the men connected with the muider at Wyoming, Minn., last summer, has been convicted and sentenced to hang. Ex-Postmaster General 'Wana maker is a candidate for the United States senate from Penn­ sylvania. Cameron is not a can­ didate for re-fckction. Anoka wins again in the fourth asylum controversy. The supreme court decides that the commission acted with authority when it located the asylum at Anoka. The Pioneer Pre...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

Hi Vi ... •#i§i gjii •a mm --1 ft The Spaniard Declares Him self Highly Pleased With -Nv. .-.'His Campaign. •ifki,-V"^' "Will Stay in the Field Until He Has "Dealt Insurgents a Mortal Blow/i! Instructed From Madrid to Do •.• Something Decisive Be j/„ fore Returning. HAVANA, NOV. 23.—The first definite pronouncement from Captain General Weyler since he has taken the field in persoii in Pinar del Bio -was secured by the correspondent of El Liberal of Madrid. In an interview with Weyler •lit Jacan, near San Cristobal, he assert ed that he was highly pleased \fth the rxesolts of his campaign" in Piuar del Rio so far. He announced that he ex­ pected to remain to conduct active •operations for 15 or 20 days longer, adding: "Wait until Christmas. By that date we shall have blow to the revolution.*' When asked about "the whereabouts of Antonio Maceo General Weyler re­ plied that he was southwest of the rail­ way line and that he MADRID, Nov. 23.—According to ad­ vices from Havana, Captain G...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

6 TfTTLE FAILS TRANSCRIPT. W. By THB TKANBCBiPT PUB. i'O. HUBLIIBHII) EVKRV PRlDtl. SUBSCRIPTION: 81* month* 78 Throe months.... A 'VKKTIBINtt HATK8 LOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN Thd Chacufo federation of labor declined to endorse the free and unlimited coinage of silver at 16 to 1. It is stated that President Cleve­ land will devote considerable time during the rest of his administra­ tion to breaking trusts and monopolies. The son of ex-Speaker Crisp has been nominated to suceed his father as a member of congress from Georgia. He is'but twenty six years of age. J. Adam Bede, who has been mentioned for appointment to the register ship of the Crookston laud office, writes to the Minneapolis Journal tlfat he belives in "local men for local offices" and as he is not a resident of that district is not an aaspirant.for the office. He closes with these words: "I oelii-ve I can do more good trying to build up and mantain a sound money sentiment in Minnesota till another congressional election *...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

t«rS ff :L?'k SE# ®.,, :-§V" .$?&"' iLftviJ- Hi VK -"V tfj* A.1*. •:f •'*. tf'y- 8i •i •m •iJliiM. "te- I •rii -SI®' ml '-1 4 J.' ctive Page '••*^'-v,'.--*rV ''.t U*- JOB PRINTING THE TRiSSURIPT JOB OFFIS, IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP ANI KAPI1. For $1.50 the New York Weekly Tribune, the lead­ ing Republican' weekly newspaper of the United States, and the Weekly Transcript, will be sent to any address for one year. You can't get better value in newspapers for your money. Little Olga pneumonia. TO CUKE A (.'OLD IN OJiE DAY Take LaxativeBrorao QuiniueTablets. All drug­ gists refund the money if it lnlls to cure. 25c. Marriage licenses were issued by theclerk of court Monday to Alplionce Gaboury and Miss Exziun Allwrd, and Joseph Lepnskl and Miss Barbara Hannonik. Anna Smitth, a Minneapolis dress­ maker, has been sentenced to the St. Cloud reformatory for shoplift­ ing. She is the third woman to be sentenced to that institution. There will be a regular m...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

'ir panish Commander Returns to the Protection of His Castle In Havana. Action Was Unexpected and City Is in a State pf Confusion. Price Put on His Head by Ma ceo Said to Have Caused His Retreat. "NEW YORK, NOV. 24.—A dispatch to The World from Jacksonville, Fla., •ays: 'A cipher cablegram from Ha vana to a« Cuban leader here says that I General Weyler has- been forced to re turn to Havana and that the city is in great confusion. Weyler gives no ex $ cose, it is said, except that it is too hot And unhealthy to do any lighting. It is openly assorted in Havana that «, 'Weyler became frightened because .Jkfaceo had set a price upon his head tor his capture. Weyler's Scouts in­ formed him Maceo might make an at -tempt on Havana and the Spanish gen­ eral retreated in hot baste to the saiety of his palace. It is also stated in the ,, cablegram that Weyler's recall is as I'!, sured now, as the Spanish government is incensed against him for his dilatory atactics. -Cubans here are jubilant f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

[J* vlf& my 1 'S-i\ A«.» aW r-^.v.fwirt*--' ',* )fW •s.1f•' TINWARE, White Marble Tame, Cement and Bnlding Material, 3^ Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doom ka 6 and Moulding, WOOD AMD COAL g00dS- Little Lalls Iron Works. •0* Second-band Engines and Boilers always on hand. ,k Noah's rJ/P.-i with animals, will be sent, postpaid, to any address on receipt of three 2-ct. stamps. The animals are on cardboard—two and three inches high, naturally colored, and will stand alone. They can be arranged in lin^ or groups, making an interesting object lesson in natural history This offer is made solely for the piurpos^ of, acquainting mothers with the merits of 8end for a set for each of (ht children. Addrwi WILLIMANTIC THREAP CO., Wllltmantic, Conn. OTWWMWNRPNMWPHMNMMBOTPmMRBMRNmRMHRI FALL and WINTER STOCK and am now prepared to supply the trade with THE VERY LATEST STYLES OF THE SEASON, Consisting of ladies' and children's head wear, liats and bonnets, yarns, corsets* bus­ tles, in fact, all kinds of...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

to IS W-, :,v EWi «V 'v I sJ'f '^.'.:j \T \h IT 1 1 ,A Football games Minnesota 0, Wis* consin 6 Princeton 84, Yale ttPenn sylvania 8, Harvard tt. W. W. Thomas, father of W. W. 'Thomas, Jr., minister to Norway and ^Sweden, died at Portland, Me. The National Republican League will T&old meetings and distribute literature at all points where Bryan speaks on his ..•leottmng tour. The estate of the late George Du IManrier is valued at £47,880 (9280,900.) Ilk is all left to his widow, with a re* version to their ohildren. Consul General Lee proposes that the ^independence of Cuba be obtained by jporohase, the United States guarantee* ling the payment of the debt. Cardinal Satolli has written to Arch* tfcishop Ireland that hia report to the jpope commended the archbishop's zeal* ous and sncoesefol work for the church. Action for divorce has been com* •menced by Prince Joseph of Oaraman nChimay, a Belgian nobleman, against &is wife, who was formerly Miss Clara •Ward of Detroit. The...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

fefc«*rv L($ vK, rm': Lite! If* fi & Jfi $6 Specialties ^THIS WEEK pATs Men's all wool fleece lined under­ wear Men's all wool camel hair under­ wear black Men's all wool socks, former price, 40c Men's all wool black suits, former pricey $10 Men's black clay all wool suits, sack and square cut, former price, $12.50 Boys' suits, sizes from 12 to 19, heavy wool suits, former price Child's 2-piece suits, from 98c to $4.50 We are making a special price on 5 men's fur coats, as we have bought too inany and must close them out at a great sacrifice. A snap in duck coats, $1 buys a good duck coat, worth $ 1.75. Men's shoes, oil grain, Creole, all solid $1.25 Men's call, all shape toes, worth $2.50 $1.65 Our stock is the mcst complete in the city, and in order to turn it into iQ®Q@®QOQQ®&&O&®®G0OOQOO0i you will have a chance to select from the largest and most complete stock of Ladies' «-..V3.*»W H"-'* W viraL'T T^A»B^ririaTC£BFilL6.*llWM»wiA. fjODi.Y, HO r. 62%c 62yac 25c $6...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 November 1896

„K? mm-- $ $ lf I? 1 iH ft", fito o. "V» jS^i l* Qlass Workers and Manufac turers Adjust Long Stand ff!1''"i\*Ing Differences "Fifteen Thousand Men, Idle Since May 30. Will turn to W?rk. Ten Per Cent Below that asked by the UDion at the opening of negotiations. A proviso was incor­ porated in the agreement which stipu­ lates that should the Dingley bill pass congress and an advance in the tariff of 15 per cent result, the blowers and gatherers shall receive an advance in -wages of 10 per cent. If the tariff ad vance should be less than 15 per cent wages shall be adjusted in proportion. Shonld the tariff advance more than 15 per cent the wages of the four trades in Hie window glass business shall be re­ adjusted in proportion to such advance. WESTERN ASSOCIATION. Held at Dn Moines and Heor ganication Effected. DES MOINES, la., Nov. 25.—The "Western Basp Ball association was re­ organized here during the day, T. J. Hickey presiding. The cities initiated were Des Moines. Peoria. Rockfo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

•.kr *1 a „-'f jm ,» MSf(VYV*'!c2 if ,J WftEk'Ms 1 (jf*/ *, 4 ««W$ "tolK fc» *1 H» W j- .. VOL.21. on good tarms. Wfi Lliilbsr?)! 111 COSTLY THREADS. & Those For Electric Lights Pound. WASHINGTON, Dec. 1.—United States Counsul Morris Ghent, In a report to the state department, say? that the European newspapers have been tnucli Interested of late in a question propounded as to what Is the most expensive product in the world. In the answer given by Milfred yon Miell it Is charcoal thread, employed as filaments for incandescent electric lamps, which in the shape of fila ments for thirty candle power lamps Is worth 912,000 per pound. It re­ quires 1,500,000 of these filaments to make a pound and their total length would be 187 miles. Swanvllle IteiAs. A. G. Hedtke is working for the May Nursery company, at present. A large number of people of this village attended the funeral of Arch Bain, which was held last Sunday at Pillsbury. Mr. Bain died at his home at Lake Beauty, on Thursday...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

.TF activity duiing vpaign. I 4 3 4^ iK Doc. Ames has organised new. Senator Davis has expressed his ©olitical pa«kv. It is particularly views that the plans for a cauai louopolies. (from lake "Superior to the upper Charges «ha*e been filed ^lbelieves^Mat it would \|Washingtoni»gainst about a^bu«-"|pe8^ble dred postmasters for penacwus he recent uam- does'busiuess There is more ice in the t%y and harbor at Duluth now than there was at thu close of navigation last year. Dec. 10. Some boats are still going out. The report is repeated th&tvC A. Towoe will remoye to Colorado. There is reason to believe in its truth. He has no material or policital interests in Minnesota. Up to-Dec. 1, Duluth ceivud -this year 988,891 freight 'by lake, and4shij:ped40,73, 598 tons.. Coal formed th-e bulk of receipts, and ore of shipments. Chippewa Falls and other cities on the Chjppewa are having very seiious trouble from Hoods caused by ice gorges in the river, ifirreat damage has. been done to build...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

Sv £,§ %$p fc ik & & 6rf T» *1 $? *V* is^ ir i? «5% K?r X. Win V- pV JT ry VM A6A1NST EVIL. M«#* ,i- ii 1 $ $ $ The Indian KjQJ? Oily Thai Which te a Menaceto liis Life, or What is Necessary for the Rreserohtiop of his Health. His Activity MOorewghtkis Pwed to'Civilizatien. 1M. tafo, him Would Long Since Hare Been ,put poisons ami disease there exists sotuewbaro in Kaiuro's garden a cure. To the "red man." 'obliged to avail him­ self of Nature's remedies in times of sieknes^ does the civilized world owe thanks for the most wonderful panacea ever discovered, Kickapoo Inr dian Sagwa, the great blood purifier. An infallible cute for Uvspepsia, Gastritis, Nerv­ ousness,Bilious­ ness, Scrofula, Bright's Dis­ ease, Catarrh and all Blood Diseases, Gen a 1 Debility, Chronic Diar­ rhoea and hun­ dreds of other terrible infirm­ ities, resulting from a deranged condition of the great life maintaining organs:—the Sidneys, liver, stomach and blood. Remember, Sagwa not only cures by aidin...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

'.it Mny Wheat reached $1 at Toledo $tttuvctoy. St. Paul flas atiother mad dog scai'ti. A mad!cuV bit StVeral dogs in that city Oil holiday. ... Eastern jtatfers do not generally figure that Minnesota will have any place in the cabinet. The Republicans will have 90 of the 114 members in the next Min­ nesota house ot representatives. Bolivia has recognized the Cubans as belligerents. She is the first nation to do so. The United Slates should be next. Russia h-is obtained important concessions from China, by which the use of Chinese ports is ob­ tained for military purposes. The recount of the ballots cast the questiou of buying the Oil the Duluth shows' that defeated. water works plant the proposition was It is stated that President Cleve­ land will devote considerable time dnring the rest of his administra­ tion to breaking trusts' and monopolies. Ex-.Governor Merriam was at Canton to see McKinley on Wednesday, and Ex-Senator Washburn dropped in the nextday to pay his respects t© Mc...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

X* FOR yc yc yc Address all orders to the X~OQOOOQQQQOOOQOQOO THIS WEEK 1AT| Men's all wool fleece lined under­ wear Men's all wool camel hair under­ wear black Men's all wool seeks, former price, 40c Men's all wool biack suits, former price, $10 Men's black clay all wool suits, sack and square cut, former price, $12.50 Boys' suits, sizes from 12 to 19, heavy wool suits, former price $6 Child's 2-piece suits, from 98c to We are making a special price on me n'sfur coats, as we have bought too many and must close them out at a great sacrifice. A snap in duck coats, $1 buys a good duck coat, wovth $1.75. Men's shoes, oil grain, Creole, all solid $1-25 Men's call, all shape toes, worth $2.50 $1.65 Our stock is the mcst complete in the city, and in order to turn it into 5 money, we will make great sacrifices in all lines. 1 BARNEY BURTON. XXX300XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX The NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE FOR 62V2O 62%c 25c $6.75 $9.00 $3.75 $4.50 FARMERS AND VILLAGERS, FOR FATHERS AND MOTHERS, FOR SO...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

ry Goods, UTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSOKIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION: One year -Blx nioutliH Hhree ADVKRTI8ING RATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN The paper mills of the country are said to be about forming an Agreement to limit the output to the damand. A trust was pro­ posed, but it could not be formed. Cass and Beltrami counties will anake an effort to secure organiza ,tion at once. Cass would better hurry up, before her neighbors take another swipe at her terri­ tory. W. J. Bynum, of Indiana, who is the official head of the "Nation­ al Democratic" organization, says the organization will be continued, and a meeting of the executive committee is ealled for Dec. 10 in Indianapolis. The Duluth & Winnipeg railroad is now known as the Duluth, Superior & Western. There is considerable doubt as to what railroad system will control this line, now, as the Great Northern and Canadian Pacific both seem to be interested in it. LOST. Large black dog with collar...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

AS 1 ,0 1 ..3? I A* •4i THE TRANSCRIPT JOB UFF1C1 IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TKOUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Tue blizzard caused many deuuib in NorthDakota. A marriage license was issued Wednesday to Sanford (3. Hatch and Miss Laura Randall. December i)—remember the date— St. Catherine's ^uili sale wilt be held at the lied Front store. "Boys will be boys," but you can't afford to lost any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWitt's «:olic & Cholera Cure in the house. L. R. BBOWN. Murk Murphy, of Royal tun, was In the city Monday. He wus a witness in the Benson larceny case. Harold Thorson, of St. Paul, presi­ dent of the German American bank, of tiiis city, was in town Monday. I)r. Chance lias moved his family into the new residence just built b.v F. Graham on Second avenue south­ east. feg^Always in season. Hopkins' Steamed Hominy (llulk'd Corn)- Ele­ gant lunch in milk. t. can, M)c. S. P. Ca»ey went to Fargo Sunday night on business. He will visit ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 December 1896

0 !"C •4* Business I Falls Abandoned For Higher Location. Portion r»f Portion of Chippewa frozeft- a Water Continues to Rise Rap' idly and the Situation Is More Critical. Total Suspension of Railroad Traffic Necessary on Several Lines. CHIPPEWA FAILS, Wis., Deo. 2.— The business port ion of Chippewa Falls Is abandoned and the flood may sweep fcway many of the buildings without damaging scarcely a dollar's worth of inercbundise and other valuable goods tliat were stored there. Business men decided to take no chances with the foe that threatened to sweep their posses dons from them, and at au early hour «f the day began the removal of stocks of the Chippewa of dry goods, groceries, flour and feed •and furniture. At 6 at night every business house on Spring street and Bridge street from the river to Center ctreet is deserted, and the contents of luildings has been stored in unoccu­ pied structures in remote portions of ithe city, where the flood cannot reach, Unless the Entire City is ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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